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November 5 is All Saints Sunday

On this Sunday we honor those who have died, with special focus on those who died this past year. It is PPC’s tradition to invite the families of those members who have died since last All Saints Sunday so that we may grieve and celebrate their loved one together.

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October 29 – Celebrate 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

This Sunday we celebrate the 500 years since the start of the Protestant Reformation of Martin Luther, and John Calvin, too. This Sunday’s worship service, instead of a traditional sermon, will contain a drama that delivers the message for this week. It is titled “So Close to God; So Far from Each Other”. It was […]

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PC (USA) stands against racism

This is a message from the Presbyterian Church (USA) with resources to help churches and individuals stand against racism and take active action to create a better world for all of us. (The message follows with a link to another website.) Because of our biblical understanding of who God is and what God intends for […]

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April 5 Mission dinner to welcome guests from Israel

The Mission Committee is hosting two guests from Israel. Elias Abu Ghanima and Abuna (Father) Arif, associated with the Mar Elias Educational Institution. You are invited. – On Wednesday, at 6:30 pm, April 5th, there will be a dinner with a program to follow. (If you cannot attend dinner and want to hear the presentation, […]

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“Glory to God” hymnals being dedicated on Nov. 6

This was a labor of love. That we have new hymnals to dedicate this Sunday is the result of the unfailing generosity of the congregation and the hard work of the Music and Worship committee. Come and be part of the celebration on November 6. Sing old songs and new!

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Inquirers Gathering set for February 27, 1-4 pm

There will be an Inquirers Gathering on February 27 from 1:00 – 4:00 pm for those new to our church. We will focus on building friendships and talking about what it means to be Christian, some distinct aspects of the Presbyterian Church, and Pennington Presbyterian’s mission and ministries.  We will invite participants to consider becoming a member, though this […]

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Pastor’s Thoughts: Season of Lent

PASTOR’S THOUGHTS The Christian season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday worship on February 10 at 7:30 pm. On Sunday, February 14, while we are celebrating Valentine’s Day, a holiday focused on love, we are invited to begin a Lenten journey of love with Jesus Christ.  Our theme this year is Sacrificial Love. The weekly […]

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